I Ching or Book of Changes 2 Vol Set - Jung/Baynes - 1st Edition 1st Printing 1950
I Ching or Book of Changes By Carl Jung/Wilhelm-Baynes 2 vol set | 1950 1st Edition 1st Printing
Being a First Edition & First Printing, it’s Extremely hard to not only find a 1st edition of this, but to find one in such clean condition! Other examples of 1st Editions are going for $600-750 online.
We also have a 1953 2 vol set available for much cheaper. For those interested, please contact us!
The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus - Waite, A.E. 1st Edition 1894
The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus by Waite, A.E.
1st Edition 1894 2 vol set Very Scarce! Binding is still solid and shelf wear exists on the bottoms. Inscription from previous owner from 1918. GREAT Condition.
“This is a collection of five alchemical tracts written by one of the most famous alchemists who was said to have discovered the Philosopher's Stone. In these writings Paracelsus attempts to educate the reader about the nature of the Philosopher's Stone and the scientific principles from which we can be assured of its existence and understand how it works. Like all alchemical tracts, the language is very cryptic and allegorical so as to be unintelligible to the unworthy.”
The Tarot A Key to the Wisdom of the Ages - Paul Foster Case - 1st Edition 1947
The Tarot A Key to the Wisdom of the Ages By Foster Case, Paul
Macoy Publishing Company | 1947 1st Edition
Not a book club edition and not Ex-Library copy. DJ in decent condition with some edge and corner wear and some scuffing/creasing and chipping/tearing. DJ corners a little worn/torn. Boards in good condition with some edge and corner wear. Previous owner's name written on top right corner of first blank page with some faint pencil marks around it. Spine somewhat cocked and tight. Pages clean with no writing (except as noted).
Paul Foster Case (October 3, 1884 – March 2, 1954) was an American occultist of the early 20th century and author of numerous books on occult tarot and Qabalah. Perhaps his greatest contributions to the field of occultism were the lessons he wrote for associate members of Builders of the Adytum or B.O.T.A. The knowledge lectures given to initiated members of the chapters of the B.O.T.A. were equally profound, although the limited distribution has made them less well known.